Getting Around Tottori-Shi


So, you’re coming to Tottori?

Tottori, Japan’s least populous prefecture without the glitz, glamour and every-3-minute trains like Tokyo, still has a lot to offer.

But if you’re going to be living, creating a life for yourself, or even just visiting, here are 5 things you need to know to get around.

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Ketchup

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Japan is greedy as h**k with their ketchup.

There are few things that really irk me while living in Japan:
Japanese Cheese.
Being told my Japanese is good simply by my saying “Thank you”.
The wait time at a Docomo shop.

But today I want to talk about one thing that irks me in particular:

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Natsukashii! (Nostalgic)

One of the terms you’ll hear a lot while living in Japan is 懐かしい (natsukashii) which means nostalgic or nostalgia. Think of it as a Japanese “I ‘member”!

Anyway, I was strolling through the second-hand store when I spotted these jewels:

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It’s a shame that these games only work on the Japanese Super Famicom.
Sorry SNES owners.
Until next time, STAY AWESOME!
-R

Ulterior Motives

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In a country where it costs money to throw things away, you’ll be given a lot of secondhand items. Usually in decent condition! But if someone just gives you something it either A) Costs money to throw away or B) They don’t know which trash sorting pile it goes into.
Or C) They are authentically nice!
Until next time, STAY AWESOME!
-R